This clip, recorded from the inside of an acoustic guitar captures the instrument’s strings wildly oscillating in a way that’s different from what you would see if you were watching the videographer strum his six-string live — instead of a subtle vibrating, the strings move in exaggerated waves, like lines on a heart monitor.
The oscillation is not an enhancement added in post-production. It’s a result of the iPhone’s “Rolling Shutter” effect, which films by scanning the frame as opposed to taking a series of snapshots.
University of South Florida football player Danous Estenor sprung right into action when he saw that tow truck driver Pedro Arzola had become trapped underthe Cadillac Seville he had been trying to load onto his truck.
Two men and Arzola’s hysterically screaming wife hadn’t been able to move the 3,500 pound car at all. But the six-foot-three-inch, 295-pound offensive lineman, who was on his way to get a bite to eat, took a crack at lifting it all by himself.
An attempt to spice up a charity golf tournament in Australia with some sexy models has led to accusations that aren’t typically hurled at sexy models.
Darwin Life magazine, which was sponsoring the seventh hole, decided to staff their area with two scantily-clad representatives. (Not pictured, but you get the idea.) The models, apparently, got a bit frisky.
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